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Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions landed in the 11th spot on Washington Technology’s 2017 list of the largest 25 8(a) contractors. The list ranks top firms selling information technology, telecommunications and professional services to the federal government and is based on prime contracts awarded in 2016. 

Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions was recently awarded a $21 million indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research’s Viral Disease Branch. Over the next five years, CNTS will provide scientific and technical support for infectious disease research.

Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions is one of six companies awarded a $249 million indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract supporting research activities at four Army medical agencies over the next 10 years. CNTS will work to preserve and advance the health and well-being of soldiers and military retirees, their families, and Department of the Army civilian employees.

The General Services Administration recently named Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions to the GSA Professional Services Schedule. The five-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity multiple-award schedule provides federal clients with direct access to simple or complex fixed-price or labor-hour professional services.

Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions is continuing its support of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center by recently earning more than $2 million in contracts. The tribal company has worked with AFCEC and Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center’s worldwide communication and public affairs services since 2013.

CNTS helping highlight 70 years of Air Force civil engineering heritage
In honor of the United States Air Force’s past seven decades of service, Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions recently partnered with the Air Force Civil Engineer Center to honor its branch’s contributions to civil engineering. The effort is part of a broader Air Force anniversary campaign to highlight multiple generations of Airmen and their service to our country.

CNTS helps Air Force light the way with LiDAR training
Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions recently assisted in the development of an Imagery and Light Detection and Ranging course to introduce Air Force civil engineers to the use of remote sensing resources. LiDAR uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure distances. 

Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions employees Garry Zettersten and David Foster were recently selected to serve as chairpersons of a newly established Society of American Military Engineers-sponsored Geospatial Working Group. The newly formed group will lend its support to military engineering leaders and help advance the industry. 

CNTS awarded Human Capital and Training Solutions contract by GSA and OPM 
The General Services Administration and U.S. Office of Personnel Management recently awarded Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions a prime position on the Human Capital and Training Solutions, or HCaTS, contract. 

CNTS enters joint venture partnership with US Department of Commerce
Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions has been selected to enter into a joint venture partnership with the Department of Commerce’s National Technical Information Service. The joint venture partnership will assist federal agencies in developing and implementing innovative ways to improve access, data interoperability, and use of federal data and data services.

CNTS supporting National Park Service
Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions recently began work for the National Parks Service, South Florida Natural Resources Center (SFNRC). The company is supporting a physical resources monitoring network for freshwater marsh and marine environments at Everglades National Park.

Cherokee-owned company wins $8.7M contract supporting U.S. Marine Corps Reserve
Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions, a division of Cherokee Nation Businesses, was recently awarded its first contract with the U.S. Marine Corps. The $8.7 million contract includes a range of services for the Marine Forces Reserve division, which oversees approximately 100,000 marines and 187 training centers throughout the U.S. ​